Jeep Gladiator vs the Competition
How Does the Gladiators Towing and Payload Stand Up to the Competition?
The Jeep Gladiator dominates the competition in both payload and towing. The Sport and the Sport S trims best the midsize pickup competition with a best-in-class towing ability of 7,650 pounds when you pair it with a 3.6-liter V6 engine. As for the payload, the Gladiator once again comes out on top with a best-in-class 1,700-pound payload, which is over 100 pounds more than the closest competitor. The outstanding capacity pairs nicely with the 5-foot truck bed, which means that the Gladiator is the only midsize pickup that is prepared to take on all your adventures.
What Features Make the Gladiator Stand Apart from the Competition?
When it comes to outdoor adventure, the Gladiator knows no equal. Four different top options are available, as well as removable doors and a fold-down windshield. These features make the Gladiator the only open-air pickup ever created. Also, the off-road ability of the Gladiator leaves others in the dust. With the unmatched off-road ability, you can explore roads that other trucks only dream about. Every trim level of the Jeep Gladiator has a Trail Rated badge to symbolize the exceptional capability when faced with harsh conditions and challenging terrain.
How Do the Practical Features Stand Up to the Competition?
The Jeep Gladiator has the most substantial breaks in its class at 12.9 inches in the front and 13.6 inches in the back, ensuring that whatever you are hauling in the Gladiator will be safe and secure when you come to a complete stop. Additionally, while most of the competitor’s pickups leave you feeling cramped, the Jeep Gladiator allows you to feel more comfortable thanks to the best-in-class legroom of 38.3 inches. Tech features are another way the Gladiator dominates the competition with a Uconnect touchscreen that maxes out at 8.4-inches and comes with features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
What Off-Road Features does the Gladiator Have that the competition Doesn’t?
The Rubicon trim of the Jeep Gladiator comes with an Electronic Disconnecting Sway Bar, which dominates uneven terrain. You can disconnect the front sway bar with the flip of a switch for improved articulation over enormous obstacles. Additionally, the Rubicon takes on trails that other pickups only dream about. Coming standard is a Segment-Exclusive forward-facing camera that gives you gridlines to provide you with the best path to clear obstacles and an integrated camera lens washer. Unlike lesser pickups, the Rubicon thrives on off-road environments with 33-inch all-terrain tires. Also available are 33-inch Mud-Terrain tires, which provide you with impressive traction on mud-covered trails.
Where Can I Buy a New Jeep Gladiator near Akron, OH?
Here at Fred Martin Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, we have all the latest trims of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator in stock! Feel free to browse our inventory and then head down to the dealership and speak with one of our knowledgeable and friendly representatives and schedule a test drive. If you’re looking for a new Jeep in the Akron area, we should be your first and last destination!